September 9, 2019

Orange County

Voice of OC: Death of OC Auditor controller underscores why public access to elected officials’ calendars matters

The mysterious and abrupt death of Orange County Auditor Controller Eric Woolery in Kansas last month caused an increase in questioning elected officials’ calendars access to the public.


Daily Pilot: Three Democratic presidential hopefuls state their case at forum in Costa Mesa

Tom Steyer, Tulsi Gabbard and Andrew Yang took the stage in Costa Mesa on Sunday at a forum to discuss healthcare, immigration, the economy and income inequality, as well as the rising influence of Asian Americans.


CBSN Los Angeles: Calif. legislature to vote on bill limiting school vaccination exemptions

The California Legislature could vote as soon as Monday on a controversial bill which would limit school vaccination exemptions for students.


Daily Pilot: Navy Awards $154 million construction contract to modernize Seal Beach base

A contractor could start dredging Anaheim Bay toward the end of the year, kicking off a $154 million, long-awaited, modernization project that will replace the World War II-era ammunition pier with one that meets the growing Pacific Fleet’s needs.


OC Register: Running for office(s)? For many Orange County politicians the answer is yes. always

Forget 2020. Many current and aspiring career politicians in Orange County already have set themselves up to run for a variety of state and local offices in 2022 and beyond.



CBSN Los Angeles: SoCal grocery workers union agrees to tentative deal with stores, strike averted for now

A strike involving thousands of grocery workers in Southern California may have been averted Sunday, as their union reached a tentative agreement with the owners of Ralphs, Vons, Pavilions, and Albertsons. Workers will begin voting Monday to approve the agreement, with results announced September 12.


OC Register: The Administration says it will work with Congress to stop mass shootings

President Donald Trump expressed a commitment Sunday, hours after the latest deadly mass shooting, to “stop the menace of mass attacks,” to work with a divided Congress.


Publication Date: September 9, 2019